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Your top DCN headlines: Oct. 1 to 5

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Your top DCN headlines: Oct. 1 to 5

It was a historic week in the DCN newsroom with a major break in the NAFTA negotiations. Canada inked a new trade deal with the U.S. and Mexico, a move that is being criticized by some opponents; robotics and artificial intelligence could be a game-changer for future construction endeavours; BubbleDeck’s unique technology continues to blow up traditional concrete practices; a new study says construction labour monopolies are costing Ontario billions; and a recent CityAge panel discussion describes building in a tech age.


Out with NAFTA, in with USMCA: Canada inks new trade deal with U.S., Mexico

Robotic arms and AI taking factory-built structures to the next level

BubbleDeck bursts onto scene for Mississauga office build

CityAge panel explores city building in a tech age

Construction labour monopolies costing Ontario billions, claims Cardus study

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